Wednesday, May 18, 2011

MCALPINE, BOOTH, & FERRIER ~ INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN

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9 comments :

eclecticrevisited said...

stunning designs...
timelessness and understated elegance...
so beautiful...
maureen

classic • casual • home said...

I love his work too...I have his book next to my bed right now.

Debby said...

Those windows in the first room are amazing! Happy Wed., Teresa. xo

The enchanted home said...

What beautiful pictures......one as dreamy as the next. I love his work so must get his book. I am sure it must be worth every cent.

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

Tina,
It is fabulous. It is one of my go-to books. The images are stunning.
Teresa
xoxo

AB HOME Interiors said...

Love those windows in the first room!

xo,
amanda

Brunch at Saks said...

Teresa- this post could not be more perfect for me today. I'm currently trying to decide what to do with a fairly large picture window, and cannot decide if I want to do plantaion shutters, large curtain panels, are possibly both. I really love the way the panels look in the first window- so regal and polished. Now I'm back to being confused- hehe! Anyway, love this post and I'm bookmarking it right now for further inspiration.

Hope you are doing well and having a nice week :)

xx,
Annemarie

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

Annemarie,
I had plantation shutters (22 windows) in my last house, and I felt like all I did was dust, but I loved them. There is just something so beautiful about long, gorgeous panels.
Teresa
xoxo

quintessence said...

All beautiful - they are indeed a talented team!! I just love their classic eclectic elegance!!

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